The Best Last-Minute Gifts for the Car Lover in Your Life

Maybe you’ve been slacking on your gift-gathering this year; maybe you just remembered you didn’t get anything for your brother-in-law; whatever the situation, if you’re still struggling for that perfect little something, we have some tips for you!

Here’s a list of the best last minute gifts for car lovers. In fact, they don’t need to be a car lover, but if you have a friend, aunt, neighbor, cousin-twice-removed who’s in their car a lot, these are some great options.

Some of our favorites from the list include the super-simple Bluetooth FM transmitter ($34.99). If you or a friend haven’t gotten yourself into a Bluetooth-enabled vehicle yet, then this is one is a life-saver.

We’re also big fans of the WonderGel seat cushion from Northern Tool + Equipment ($59.99). One sit on one of these bad boys, and you’ll know why we love it. Consider it for your friend who takes long drives often.

Or, if you want to make someone laugh but still supply them with something useful, grab them an interior car duster ($9.99). They might scoff at first, but it won’t take long for them to see the difference!

The best part about this is, they’re all under $100!

We Love the 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander’s New Look

Mitsubishi doesn’t believe in the tired old phrase, “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it,” and the fresh style of the 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander’s new look is evidence to that.

Outlander’s new look

No one was clamoring for an update to the Outlander. In a crowded crossover market, the Mitsubishi Outlander has always been a high-performing model that’s only growing stronger in popularity across the country. So, no, the Outlander wasn’t broke – but Mitsubishi sure did fix it!

The Outlander’s new look debuted at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November. Apart from its overall modern but still traditionally-sporty visage, the 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander features power-folding side mirrors with LED turn indicators and new wheel arch molders for their 18-inch wheels. The interior was also refreshed, with a crisp 6.1-inch display and an auto-dimming rearview mirror with integrated Homelink buttons for increased ease and organization.

The power of the Outlander has not been touched, much to our relief, and the MSRP of $19,595 remains the same as well.